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Twinned Daisy

Is it all coming tumbling down?

It's never easy to see God's plan; rarely automatic to simply trust. How do I support him, as the perfect storm approaches?

Two days ago, it seemed simpler. Hold fast. Help how I can. I cooked. Provide the healthy alternatives to prepared foods, rife with sodium and potassium. Boil our own broth, roast our own sandwich meat, soup season works when the soup is made at home, without the salt.

We'll eat. We'll survive.

This morning comes selling future security for another month, maybe two of grace. My future is guarded by the most reliable of guarantors. His future lies in fantasy -- too far off for his fading faith.

How far down is the bottom? Will he lose her to the continuing uncertainty? Will he lose himself as hope recedes?

I'm unprepared for the breaking.

I pray for the healing.

Posted via LiveJournal.app.


The preceding has been my entry for LJ Idol Season 5, Topic 9, Unprepared

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Thoughts and prayers for you.

*hugs* Powerful piece.

I'm here if you need to rant.

Wow. Thank you. Actually, I'm getting better at praying it out. I can't see His plan, but I do know for certain He has a plan.

I'm still here. I'm just not as electronic as formerly.

I agree with what has been said. This is absolutely powerful. You are in my will wishes.

Interesting piece, but sort of cryptic. :-) I hope everything works out for the best.

heh. Read my last two entries as a pair, and it makes a little sense.

The circumstances call out for ranting and raging or quietly praying. I'm trying to lean more toward the latter, and God, he's great with the cryptic. :)

I've been debating about writing a bibble that puts forth more of what's happening.

Thank you. Apparently if I were a poet, I would be a tragedian, since I tend to go all poetic for the scary teary stuff.

I'm not sure why, but I couldn't get the link to your entry to work from the voting page... hrm.

Good entry though, if a bit cryptic to the uninformed. :)

Thanks for letting me know. Many browsers will correct for upper/lowercase typos, which was the problem here. Someone else let me know by commenting to the link on the posting page, so I couldn't correct it there. Building the poll tarn't my problem, tho. :)

Hugs. It is wonderful that you are strong in your faith.

Beautifully and simply written. I really liked this entry. It's heavy without being unwieldy. Good job!

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